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What
Women Are
Doing in the World
HB work of the club women Is
I temporarily tit a standstill.
I With the exception ot tho
suffrage societies the club
meetings have boon abandoned
Until cooler weather. Mrs C. W. Hayes,
president of the Woman's club, says that
there will bo no meeting of tho execUtlvo
committee of that club until the tem
perature Is several degrees lower. This
Is not tho case with the members of not
only tho local suffrage societies, but
thoip all over tho state: thoy havo bgen
holding meetings of the most enthusiastic
character In yearly every county In tho
state.
This was most notlccablo July 16, when
two-thirds of the counties of tho stato
had suffrage mass meetings to celebrate
"Petition day." The Becond district meet
lug, which was held at the Toung Men's
Christian association In this city, was
tho only district meeting hold, and proved
a most encouraging affair for tho of
ficers' organlratlon. Petitions were given
to every interested member of a suf
frage society In view to obtaining twenty
signatures of voters upon them. At each
meeting a well known attorney addreajed
tho women and told them Just to get
the nlgnatures and the law regarding
doing the petition work In this manner.
Mrs. Prank Harrison of Lincoln, who
la secretary at headquarters, says that
tho meeting at Lincoln was a most
brilliant success. Women attended It from
all pnrto of tho county-automobiles were
used to bring thoso who ltred a few miles
out in the county nnd a picnic luncheon
was served. Speakers addressed them
on tho subject of tho ballot with No
braska women. It has not been decided
yet by many of the societies Just what
t me they will start circulating tho. pet!
tions, but it Is1 thought advisable to wait
until there la a little cooler weather.
Mrs. D. W. Kcnney of Chicago, who
Is the guest of Mr. and Mm. J. M,
Kenney of South Omaha, is a most
enthusiastic BUffragtst and will bo the
honor guest and speaker at tho next meet,
ing of the Equal Franchise association of
South Omaha. She will tell the society
of the work done by the women In
Illinois and of their recent victory in
that state.
Mrs. Isaac COouglas returned Thursday
from several weeks spent In Chicago,
Milwaukee and nearby ,a:e resorts.
Members of tho Young Women's Chris
tlan association are enjoying the summer
camp on the Wayland Magoe farm near
Bennington. Each week-end permits
nearly twenty members of the association
to spend a' couple of days In the country.
Tho camp Is only open to members and
ono of the secretaries acts as. hostess for
a period of two weeks. Miss Mario
Odlorna Is hostess at tha farm until Au
gust 1.
Tho visitors are enjoying; the life on
the -farm and have all tho fresh milk they
want to drink, and on the bill of faro are
eggs, chicken and fresh vegetables. run
ing tho cooler hours of the day tennis
courts are filled w.lth interested -players.
Long tramps through the shady groves
are taken. The camp opened June 1 and
will continue through the. month of Au
gust, closing September 1. Tho largest
number of visitors numbered forty dur
ing the week-end ot July 4.
The Benson Woman's club will hold its
annual picnic Thursday, Jujy 3L at the
home of Mrs. F. L. Wright. Mrs. Albert
Ewing, Mrs. A. E. Stelger and Mrs. F.
Jj. Wright will havo charge of the affair.
The Municipal league of Benson will
meet Friday at the high school at 2:30
o'clock.
Green's Band Will
Play at Hanscom Park
A grand concert will be given by George
Green's band at Rlvervlew park this af
ternoon. The program, which starts at
2:30 o'clock, follows:
March, "Spirit of Independence"
Ilolzmann
"Zamora," Arabian Intermezzo.. i.Loralne
"The Glow Worm," (Idyl) Llncko
Overture, "Hunter and Hermit", ...Dalbay
"Grand Medly" (songs of Scotland)....
i Arr. by Iarnpo
Waltz CSuppe-oso) on selected operatic
melodies Suppe
The Wedding of the Rose" (charac
teristic) Jeaiel
"Kllanla" (Hawllan patrol) Stewart
March. "The Crusader" ,....Sousa.
Medly, selection popular bits and
melodies Remlck
Selection comio opera (Mite Modiste)
Herbert
National airs Chrtstofel
Superfluous
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Insist on Proof
when makers of questionable depila
tories make similar claims. The mere
tact that such preparations are ot
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Bhould alone bo sufficient warning; to
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fected hair remover that Instantly
removes superfluous batr and retards
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Others Advertise "Guaranteed"
but give no guarantee. De Miracle la
the only depilatory that has a binding;
guarantee In each package.
Avoid permanent disfigurement b
refusing substltutis. If your dealer
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Free Information how to determine
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worthless sent in plain, Vested enve
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New truths In near! advt,
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Sold and recommendiij by
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UAUVAIU) IMIAHMAi
LOYAL PIIARMAI
Queen of Ak-Sar-Ben
MISS,
FRANCES
HASH
ILLINOIS SUFFRAGIST WHO IS
VISITING AT SOUTH OMAHA.
MRS. E. B. KENNEY.
Keiser Writes East
is Impressed With
The Omaha Spirit
Henry Keiser, who has been traveling:
lu the east selecting and assembling a
stock ot the very latest and popular
books, which ho will put Into his storo
which he opens In tho Toung Men's
Christian association building, August 9,
writes that the Omaha tornado Is one of
the leading attractions at Luna park.
Coney Island this season
In his letter he says the pictures show
how $30,000,000 worth of property was de
stroyed during the twister and vividly
portray how tha Woodmen of the World
building was cut In two. The lecture ends
lr. great praise for the city for Its spirit
of self help.
"In fact." he writes, "this self help Is
commented upon In the highest manner
by the leading New York business men."
He continues: "The middle west Is
looked upon aa tho only portion of the
United States where conditions aro nor
mal. Business is all off in New York
and tho fact cannot be hid. There Is lit
Uo building going on, half of the car
penters and builders being Idle."
Speaking of books, Mr. Keiser says
there will be a great many popular
books Issued this fall, probably none ot
which, however, will exceed in general
demand the Gene Stratton Porter iJook,
"Laddie." Ho says he personally saw tho
first edition of 150,000 copies, all of
which have been sold.
The American publishers, according to
Mr. Keiser, have Just established a pub
licity bureau In New Yortt, which Is In for an eastern trip, to be gone about three
charge ot experienced newspaper men. months. They jre at present In Canada
The function of this bureau will be to ', and expect to leave there for Portland,
educate the American public upon .the
toplo of American literature.
Mr. Keiser further says that he suc
ceeded In bringing to Omaha various de
positories, representing some of the
largest general and special book pub
lishers In the United States. "The Coun
try Life press," he says, "In Garden City,
L. I., Is a magnificent plant surrounded
by forty acres of garden. Mr. Doubleday
of the Doubleday-Page company, who
owns the Country Life press, and of
which Mr. Page, our English ambasta
dor, Is a member, expressed himself very
strongly on the "Omaha spirit' "
Amber Saner.
(To be eaten on tlmbalea.)
Two tablespoons butter, four table
spoons flour, ono-half teaspoon salt, one
pint meat stock or water, yolks three
eggs, two teas pons lemon Juice, two tea
spoons chopped parsley, Prepare as whit
jauce, except that the butter Is browned
and the egg addoi Usi-
XVI Coming Home
photo ay nam
SOCIETY TO WATCH TENNIS
Presenoe of Women to Add to the
General Interest.
BIG TOURNEY AT FIELD CLUB
Dinner Demerit Lnst Kvenlnflf Draw
Increased Number Ilccauaa of
the Cooler Wenthen Many
Leave for Uarope.
(Continued from Page Two.)
Seattle on tho steamer "Humboldt" for
Alaska.
Mr. and Mrs. Oerrlt Fort returned
Friday after spending a few days In
Chicago.
Miss Blanche Dusk will spend the next
two weeks visiting Miss Martha Lundly
of Harlan, la.
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Meyer leave Sun
day evening for a few weoks' stay at
Lake Mlnnctonkn.
Mrs. H. IS. Soronson. accompanied by
her daughter, Mies Dagmar, left last
evening for Butte.
General N. B. Scott of Wheeling, W.
V., spent a part of last week visiting his
nctco, Mrs. J, H. Hickman.
Miss Mao Engler and Mr. Georgo
Englcr have returned from a fortnight's
stay at tho Inn at Lake OkoboJI.
Dr. J. C. Hammond left Saturday for
tho west, whero he will visit friends In
Denver, Salt Lako City and other points.
Mrs. R. O. Knox and Miss Dorothy
Knox will leava Monday to spend several
weeks at tho Manhattan at Lake OkoboJI.
Mrs. J. M. Motcalf has as her guest
her brother, Judgo Cornish, of Lincoln.
Mrs. Cornish and children are at Rome,
N. V
Mr. F. B. Southard, Mr. K. M. Southard
and Mr. H. R. Bushnell have gone to
Rock Point, Minn., for a two-weeks' fish
lug trip.
Mr. and Mrs. A. 8. Whltworth and fam
ily and Mrs. F. L. Axtcll, all ot Lincoln,
will spend tho week with Mr. and Mrs. C.
B. Hunter.
Mr. Henry Karsch and his nieces,
Mlsse? Esther and Ruth Elllnghusen,
have left to spend a few days with friends
In Chicago.
Mr. W. Pearlman and Mr. I. C. Pearl
man left for New York last evening. On
their- return they will stop in Buffalo
and Chicago.
Mr. Benjamin Anchell arrives today to
spend two weeks visiting his mother,
Mrs. M. Anchell, at the homo of her
daughter, Mrs. Myron Kahn.
Mrs. J. A. Bryans and sister, Miss
Wilson, leave tonight for a lake trip to
Montreal and will return by way of
Boston, New York and Washington.
Miss Gladys Lawson and Miss Melza
MacAulay left laBt evening for Chicago,
where they win visit for several weeks.
Miss MacAuley will return about Sep
tember 1.
Dr. 'Alfred O, Peterson left yesterday
for a two weeks' outing In the Black
Hills, where he will Join his family at
Spruce Lodge, their summer homo, near
Rockford, S. D.
Hon. N. B. Scott, ex-senator from
West Virginia now of Washington, D. C,
has been in Omaha two days. Ie visited
his nelce. Mrs. F, L. Heckman, K10 South
Thirty-second avenue, and his sister,
Mrs. Scott.
Miss Henrietta Rees returned Friday
morning from New York, where she took
the degree of Associate In the American
Guild of Organists. Miss Rees took the
lake trip from Buffalo to Chicago, where
she visited friends for ten davs.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Field left last week
Me.; New York and Boston, spending
some time at the coast resorts.
Mrs. C. T. Taylor of Pomeroy, la.,
spent last week visiting her mother, K.
I. Gordon, and brother, Mr, Caroll L
Wright. Mrs. Taylor will leave Monday
to Join her husband. Dr. C. I. Taylor nt
Lake OkoboJI for the rest of the summer.
Dr. Arthur C. Bunce, who was obliged
to undergo an operation as tho result of
a severe accident a tew weeks ago, Is
Improving slowly at the Wise hospital.
Staffed Cabbage,
Cut out the stalk end of a head of cab
bage, leaving a hollow sholl. Grind two
pounds uncooked round steak with a slice
of bacon and an onion. Add one cup
breadcrumbs, soaked and wrung dry; one
beaten egg, salt paprika and mace. Shape
Into balls, arrango In the cabbage and
steam until cabbage la tender. Serve
with tomato sauce-
Social Settlement
Has Well Organized
Camp at La Platte
The Social Settlement has a wtll estab
lished camp At I,a Platte, Neb., which Is
Just fifteen miles south of Omnha. Tho
tlrtd boy or girl who Is working In tho
stores now may spcrid u pleasant week
at this CHmp for only Jl This has been
made possible by a llbor.il donation from
ti frleml who Is very much Interested In
the work of the settlement.
Tha vek-ond parties at this camp may
be enjoyed at a very slight expense- tho
ound trip faro Is 00 cents and the meals
cost 10 conts npleco. Mis Clara Phafer,
who Is In charge of the settltwnt. Is at
tho head of tho camp and Is assisted by
Stanley Bollsburr. who Is In charge of
Cltn Imvft Tliftrn nrn tit'iinlv.lU'n vlnltnra
who are enjoying tho camp life this woclc
and about the sumo number arc expected
nuxt week. Tho camp Is being held for
tho benefit of the working girl who Is
not able to take a vacation where there
Is much cxpcno attached to It. Many ot
tho young girls who havo attended It aro
earning JC a week and by means ot tho
slight expense havo been able to save a
couple ot dollurs, which pays for tho stay
and gives them two weeks of country Ht
which they would not bo able to have
were tho expense any greater. Several
mmbcrs of the executlv board visit the
cr.inp each week nnd uro In touch with
tha work all ot the time.
CHEROKEE MAN SHOOTS AT
WIFE AND KILLS HIMSELF
CHEROKEE, la., July 19 -Lewis Her-
ber, aged M, last night attempted to
yiptt rue ZVA AA$ Co, -
VA LANG'S coming lias had the
effect ot dispelling the deadly
qulot that pervades the theater
In Omaha during the heated
term; and sho has most ef
fectually done It. Tho torrid
days of the last week proved out her
local popularity, If any proof wero neoded,
for they found her friends thronging the
Brandels at .each perf ormance. Just as If
It had been the middle of tho winter
season, and showing as much enthusiasm
ever tho work of tho young star oa ever.
Miss Lang's plans for tho coming season
are all laid, and her short stay of four
weeks here will be followed by a short
rest, and then by active preparation for
a starling tour that begins at Montreal
early In September, and will take her
through the Canadian towna during the
fall and early winter and bring her back
to the states about the holiday time.
She will play Glad In "Tho Dawn of To
morrow," and looks forward to tho ex
perience with great confidence.
For the coming week Miss Lang and
her company will present another great
Belasco play, "The Woman," In which
Mitt Lang will havo tho role of Wanda
Kelly, the telephone girl who overthrow
In a most natural way the great political
boss. The play Is one of politics, with a
romantic love story running through it,
and tells In a most convincing way a
chapter of "Inside" work at Washington.
The boss and bis gang aro bent on ac
complishing tho ruin ot a young congress
man whom they cannot control. They
learn that one time ho, has had an affair
with a woman, and propose to use the
story to accomplish their own ends. But
to make It effective, they must have the
woman's name; they do not care what
comes to her. A trap Is set for the younc
man, and ho falls Into It. Wanda Kelly
learns the woman's name, but refuses
to divulge it, although she is threateneu
with disgrace and arrest If she does not
It happens the woman Is the daughtet
of the boss and tho wife of his chief
lieutenant In a tremendous scene, where
every power is brought to bear to compel
Wanda to disclose the name, the woman
herself, unable to stand the pressure,
admits her Identity, The end Is easy to
foresee, The pluy Is cleverly written, hu
a great deal of good comedy and somt
ery grim humor In It Mr. Rite to
Mr.
Dennlthorne, Miss Hudson, Mini
sssKssW.
SOUTH DAKOTA NEWSPAPER
WOMAN VISITING HERE.
MISS M. A. 'WOOD.
murder his wlfo by shooting her, but
both bullets missed her. Herbert thon
fired a bullet Into his own head, dying
In a few hours. Tho couplo had been
separated.
Cameron nnd other favorites In tho com
pany will have good parttt In tho cast
Tho first porformnnco will bo at tho
matinee this afternoon, and tho bill will
run all week, with other inatlnoea on
Wednesday nnd Saturday.
Tho Los Arados, il featuto pantotnlmo
act will head tho bill at the Empress,
beginning today. Tho Les Arudos havo
a reputation of being us clover acrobats
as there Is In tho business. Caso and
Rogers, singing their skit called "The
llaggage Man," and Interspersing their
work with a great deal of clever dancing,
will bo tho second number of tho bill.
LeWItt Young and sister, presenting a
Juggling sketch, called "The Collcgo Boy
and tho Co-ed," and tho Rosedcll singers,
ono of vaudcvlllo'H classiest trios, will
complete- tho vaudeville- offering. Tho
Patha Weekly has changed Its policy ot
Issuing ono nows picture a week and Is
now putting on tho market two pictures,
ono of which Is released Sunday and tho
other Thursday. Tho Empress lias both
pictures booked, and they will be shown
legularly all week, changing on Sunday
and Thursday, with tho rcgulnr cluinge
of pictures. A number of additional fans
havo been placed In the Empress during
tho last week, and tho theator Is acquir
ing oven mora ot a reputation for cool
ness. Four Vuudovlllo performances are
given dally, beginning at 3, 3:no, 7:30 and
9 o clock, -ui scats, iv cents.
.
Tho crowds thronging tho Homo Sum
mer Garden each evening show thnt It Is
being remembered by Its host of patrons
from tho laBt two yours as being the
only cool, comfortablo outdoor picture
show lu tho city. Many now features
havo been added this year to make
environments oven more pleasant ami
lnvttlng thun horctoforo. Tho now flash
ing electric fountain ot many colors,
lows ot flower beds and vlno-covcred
trellis make It truly a garden In every
respect Manager William B. Miller
1'ooks the acts for tho cabaret Inde
pendently, thereby assuring his patrons
only high-class vaudeville- Tho famous
Rome orchestra of flvo pieces has proved
to bo tho most popular attraction In tho
garden. This splendid organization has
been engaged for tho entire summer and
will continue to render only the latest
nnd most popular music. Any desired
numbers will bo gladly pluyed at any
time upon Request. Stovo Green, the ro-
nowned European baritone, Is In good
voice and will feature spotlight and
Illustrated songs at every performance.
Four first-run photo plays aro shown
each evening. These are the largest and
best In the west, and tho new dissolving
picture machine makes them doubly en
Joyablo.
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AMERICANS JNOT MIGRATING
Judge Sutton Finds Their Influx Into
Canada Letting Up.
PRICES AWAY OUT OF SIGHT
Iluye II In Knvorlto Ilrntul of Clitnrn
nt nil Advnneril l'rlre, but of i
l'nr Inferior (Irmlo of
Tobnrcn,
"The great emigration of Americans to
Caniula Is letting tip to a large extent,"
eald Judge A. I Sutton, returning from
ten days' visit In Calgary. Canada
Tho speculators who have gotten
hold ot much ot tho land there aro
running It way tip. The cost ot living
In something awful and work Is not
nbundantv there. Only In harveit time It
work plentiful for harvest hands and tho
wages aro good. The rest ot tho tlmo tho
wages aro no better than In Amorlco.
'Talk about holding a fellow up," con
tinued tho Judge. "They euro do It up
there- They ahargo you two prices for
everything nnd three for some."
Looking for his fnvorlto brands of
cigars In the cigar stores thero the Judgo
found tho names ot tho cigars tho same,'
but tho quality far Inferior to tho Ameri
can cigars. Ho paid 15 cents for cigars
bearing tho samo uamo as 10 cent cigars
In Nebraska nnd then declares ho got
the cheapest kind of a ntckol grade-.
fontcono has simply stolen tho name of
somo good American umkca up there
and linn gotio U manufacturing a cheap
grade of cigars to catch tho American
trade. Thoy aro looking out for American
suckera nnd they are catching them.
"Thoso follows aro craey to get
American capital nnd American fanners
up there, but they don't want American
business men or professional men. A
fallow comes over there from London
and claims t- be a lawyer. Ho shows a
certificate of good moral character and
Is admitted to practlco law for life. An
American comes In thoro and no certifi
cate, diploma nor anything elso goes. He
must tako a three years' courso there be
fore ho can practice, no matter what hlo
qualifications are before he goes there."
JO MAKE CITY ORDINANCE
COMPLY WITH STATE LAW
Police Commissioner 3, 3. Ryder, who
has 'been working on an ordlnanco regu
lating the solo and tho testing ot milk
sold by Omaha dairies, will raise the per
centage of cream to IS per cent.
I havo found that whoreas tho ordi
nance now In effect fixes 10 per cont as
tho standard tho cream Invariably tests
18 par cent, which Is tho requirement
under the stato law," Ryder said.
Ryder will recommend the passage of
tho ordinance at tho noxt council meeting.
AaiumasuaNTS.
FREE! FREE!
Free Concerts by
Francesco CrcatoiVs Famous
"Banda Verdi"
Tho Greatest Organized Band
of Its Kind in tho World
at
LAKE
MANAWA
KVEllY AFTKKNOON AND
KVKNING
At 2:30, 4:30, 8:15 and 10 P. M.
The Seats Aro Now Froo
You'll Mlsa a Trent If You Fall to
Sco tills Kcccntrlc Hand Leader
and Hoar Ills Famous and
Incomparable Hand.
BATHING
Bathing Now at Its Best
New Until House and Fine Uoach.
BOATING, DANCING,
ItOLIiHIl SKATING. UOLLEIl
COASTKIt, KTO.
Admission to Park Free
It's Oool at Manawa,
BRANDEIS THEATRE
COOLED BT XOXO AZS.
TONIGHT AXJj WEEX
ISatlntes Wsonssdajr and Saturday,
iVA LANG
"TUB EASIEST WAY."
Fries SOo and SOo.
XTEXT WEEK "THE WOUAH."
RIVER EXCURSIONS
Steamboat Saturn
FOB FLO1U5N0B AND BETUBN
BOAT IJSAVES DOCK,
FOOT OF DOUGLAS ST.
Every Afternoon. . .ut 2:.10 F. M,
Hemming nt S:!IO I. M.
Every Evening at 8:U0 P. M,
HeturnliiK at ll:UO P. M.
BOUND TBIP 25ci
Dancing Free.
Music by Stockton's Orchestra.
Good Order Maintained.
The Ghesapaake Restaurant 1
1508-10 Howard St.
Special Sunday Table d'Hoto Dinner
From 11 A. M. to 8 P. M.
50c and 00c.
Uuslo from 0 to 0 P. M.
July 20, 101.1.
CHRIS. ailEtfNHAUEN, Manager.
ROME SUMMER GARDEN
Entertainers & Photo Play3
Dine Out Doors
OROHESTBA EVEBY EVENING
Admission lOo
BASE BALL
OMAHA VS. DES MOINES
July 18-10-20.
HOI HUE PAB1C
Friday, July IS, Ladles' Day.
Cars Leave 15th and Farnom at 2:45.
Games Callsd at 3 I. M.
02
KRANICH & BACH
PIANOS
Accep ted every v h o r o by
critical Americana as ropro
seating tho highest attain
able standard in American
piano craft.
uoncoived by tno men
whoso names appear npon tho
fall board, mado undor their
personal supervision and tho
most ideal conditions, theso
pianos aro in every respect
individual and incomparable
creations.
F!or a quarter of a cenfcnry
wo havo sold this famous pi
ano, both in tho grands and
uprights, and tho musical
pooplo of Omaha aro always
willing to testify to tho
artistio quality of tono and
their wonderful durability.
Wo cordially invito you to
inspect thoso beautiful in
struments. Uprights $450 upwards.
Grands $700 upwards.
1513-15
Douglas
Street
AatUHUMISNTS.
Braideis Theatre
COOLED SY ICED AIR
TONIGHT ALL WEEK
Mots. Wednesday and Saturday
EVA
LANG
Presenting tho Latest Success
Tho Bolasoo Play
THE WOMAN
Prices 2Sc and SOo
NEXT WEEK
The Coraody Success
"THE BACHELOR"
Week of Sunday, July 20tii
R0SDELL SINGERS
VsndsvlUs's Classlsst Trio,
THE LES ARADOS
BIVH Pmtomlns AcrobLtto
EJMBJJI MoTelty.
P CASE & RODGERS
"Tha Bsggngsmsn.
DE WITT YOUNG & SISTER
"Tlis Jojfffler ul toe Co-&
m llb'S BI-WEEKLY
Om BunOsy b. One Thursday.
ErrECXAS "features
XW PHOTOKAYB.
Any
Beat
lOc
Any
Tim
Krug Park
Magnificent Amusement Resort
For Outdoor Kecreauou M
Cool, Spacious Picnic Grounds,
Wonderland, J to Her uooster,
Carry-l'8-AU, Ferris Wheel,
Miniature lUlhvay, Penny Ar
cade, etc. Free Moving Pic
tures, Dancing both Afternoon
and Evening.
Five Cent btreot uar rare.
THE BEST FARM PERIODICAL
IN ITS TI2UIUTOUY IS TUB
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER)
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